caPs – Very low image quality settings
When he was still playing at his peak, “Soobin Hoang Cap” was always considered by fans to be one of the top midlaners in the world. Especially during G2 Esport’s heyday, caPs don’t seem to “bored” any mid laner whether that person is from Korea or China.
G2 Esports’ “expatriate son” and mid laner – caPs
To be able to maintain the intensity of caPs competition, he has a very “strange” gaming habit and this partly helps him to play with 100% concentration. That’s why he especially likes to keep the image quality to a minimum when playing games. It can be said that this is a “perfect” way to increase concentration, minimize in-game effects, champion skills and even distracting colors.
Image from Caps’ proview camera during the match between G2 Esports vs SKT T1 at Worlds 2019
Uzi – jittery movement
Unlike normal ADCs, Uzi clicks on average 6-8 times for each A press to adjust the direction of the champion’s movement. Meanwhile, normal players usually only have one 2-3 times for each A press. This allows the “Super ADC” to dodge moves as well as constantly kite the opponent.
Uzi – LPL’s “Super ADC” and currently a member of Bilibili Gaming
It must be understood that doing this regularly can on the one hand improve hand feel as well as speed in handling situations. But on the other hand, this habit also makes him more prone to injury than the average player. Uzi’s wrist and waist were once injured as a result of the former Royal Never Give Up star’s gaming habits. But in return, his level is many times superior to the ADCs of the same time.
Uzi’s habit is quite harmful to health
Faker – Pan the screen “speed of light”
Referring to “Demon King” is referring to the ability to play games with the mouse adjusted at extremely high speed. In addition, there is one thing that “Legends of Legends” especially likes is “panning” across the map at a speed that even professional players have to panic. As Doinb himself asserted, Faker’s speed of “panning the cam” made him tired of watching it himself.
Faker has a habit of “panning the cam” that makes both the audience and colleagues sore eyes
This is probably the most “forgotten” key for mid-range gamers when playing games, but for Faker this is a way for him to predict what might happen next in the match. It is this habit that has repeatedly helped Faker call the team correctly and limit unnecessary mistakes in important matches. But if you are a stream viewer, you must be very dizzy during these times.
Faker panning the map with “altar” speed